Woodside, Aker BP, CNRL and Suncor: Hungry for More in 2020

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Sharks in the Water — Part Five

 

In our previous blog on “Sharks in the Water” — companies with solid balance sheets, long-term growth strategies and cash to spend on acquisitions from stressed rivals — we offered our best guess as to where the remains of beleaguered Tullow Oil will wind up in the feeding frenzy. Now it’s time to highlight the truly hungry independents: Woodside, Aker BP, CNRL and Suncor.

Take a dive into Independents’ Day pages 7 through 14 for more information.

Woodside, Aker BP, CNRL and Suncor: Hungry for More in 2020

Would you like to get on a call and chat about this with us? With our extensive international database and team of 27 international scouts, we are always game to engage on this and other topics!

Stay tuned for the next installation of Sharks in the Water, where we’ll share our thoughts on a few more independent E&Ps: Hess, Hunt and Murphy.

Did you miss a previous installation of our “Sharks in the Water” series? You can find them using the links below:

Part One
Part Two
Part Three
Part Four

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Patrick Rutty

Patrick Rutty

Patrick is a Technical Director at Enverus, where he previously held positions in Technical Sales and Consulting and as Product Manager for the company’s Transform software. Before joining Enverus, he spent 26 years working with large and small E&P companies as a member of various exploration teams focused on basins in North America, Saudi Arabia, and central Europe, in roles from prospect generation and exploration management to business development and executive leadership. Patrick earned a Bachelor of Arts in Earth Sciences from Dartmouth College and a Master of Science in Exploration and Development Geophysics from Stanford University.